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ROCKNROLLA (2008)

Written & Directed By: Guy Ritchie
Cinematography By: David Higgs
Editor: James Herbert 


 Cast: Gerard Butler, Mark Strong, Tom Wilkinson, Idris Elba, Tom Hardy, Thandie Newton, Toby Kebbell, Jeremy Piven, Ludacris, Karel Roden, Jimi Mistry, Matt King, Gemma Arterton… 971 more words

Movie Review

Science Fiction in Romance: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind represents an elusive oddity within cinema- the science fiction romance. Written by the ever thoughtful Charlie Kaufman– decidedly one of our generation’s strongest and most imaginary screenwriters- … 629 more words

America

"Denial": A film review

I started to play this DVD in the background while painting model soldiers, but very soon had to sit and watch it.

I don’t know if this story was ever presented on the stage, but it would make an excellent stage presentation. 134 more words

Life In General

The Happy Prince

Everett has been clear in his assertion of how prison caused Wilde’s eventual death, and The Happy Prince is a projection of how far he fell away from his former self… 386 more words

Review

The Catcher Was A Spy

Mo Berg was a real-life baseball player, a queer, an intellect, and a spy. In the off-season, he worked for the Office of Strategic Services. When the Americans get an inkling that the Germans may be working on a nuclear bomb, they sent Berg overseas to find the brilliant physicist, Werner Heisenberg. 305 more words

Movie Reviews

Dead In A Week (Or Your Money Back)

It’s tough themes are inoffensive and well managed, but that leaves it scarcely thin on the ground for any genuine drama

Joking about things that almost certainly shouldn’t be laughed at is a very British thing, and suicide comes at the very top of the list of no no’s. 313 more words

Review

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Eternal Sunshine has been one of my favourite films for a long time. Now that I’ve watched it again I have to relegate it closer to shrug territory. 543 more words

Films